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Issue 62

We are proud to present to you our August 2022 issue with five new articles. This issue features the second article in Nisa Sherifi’s series telling the story of Kosovar political activist, mother an former guerrilla fighter. Jurek Wötzel reflects on the aims, conflicts and contradictions behind EU data legislation, and the fine line walked by the EU with regards to data privacy. Francisca Rosales examines the roles of gender and power dynamics in the context of crimes and abuses committed by UN peacekeepers. Richard Palomar explores the historical connection between Japanese anime and catalan identity creation. And finally, those who wish to escape the summer heat by heading to the north are advised to read our new “How to: Helsinki” piece, in which locals give tips and insights to would-be visitors.

Feature photo by Jesus Martinez

Data Legislation: Is the EU strangling its digital Economy?

Digital sovereignty, data protection and innovation: E&M’s author Jurek Wötzel explains the aims, conflicts and ...

Lessons from Mimoza Shala part II: The motivations behind guerrilla warfare

Representations of women in war, particularly in media, often tend to be simplistic readings ...

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Stopping Boys from Being Boys: Gender Dynamics in Peacekeeping Missions

Peacekeepers, often called the blue helmets, are soldiers the UN deploys in post-conflict areas ...

Japanese Culture in Post-Francoist Catalonia

Japanese Culture in Post-Francoist Catalonia: The Importance of Anime in Catalan Identity Creation

E&M’s author Richard Palomar explores the unexpected link between TV anime and contemporary Catalan ...

How to: Helsinki

While traveling post-Covid has nearly felt like it’s “back to normal” this summer, we ...